Independent journalist Megyn Kelly v. Trump-hating Hollywood loon Debra Messing. The former is not happy with the latter. As described by our friends over at Twitchy, Messing is:
“… “a flaming, frothy-mouthed, hateful harpy from Hell who uses rape and the LGBTQ community to attack people she disagrees with. Sure, she tried to explain why her disgusting jab at Trump being a rape victim in prison wasn’t about disrespecting rape or the gay community BUT it didn’t exactly go over all that well and in fact, it only made things worse for the has-been D-lister.”
Enter, Megyn — who is not overly fond of taking prisoners, instead preferring to incinerate adversaries on the spot and get it over with. Such was the case on Tuesday morning.
“This woman actually spends half her time scolding ppl for not being sensitive enough to LGBTQ ppl (among others). Like most woke bullies, however, she’s perfectly happy to engage in bigoted attacks herself…just as long as the target is a Republican. What a phony.”
A woke phony indeed.
This woman actually spends half her time scolding ppl for not being sensitive enough to LGBTQ ppl (among others). Like most woke bullies, however, she’s perfectly happy to engage in bigoted attacks herself…just as long as the target is a Republican. What a phony. https://t.co/ZvguHGHa9u
— Megyn Kelly (@megynkelly) December 15, 2020
Before we continue, let’s back up the bus a bit.
As reported by The Hill, The “Will and Grace” star is one of
Planet Looney Tunes Hollywood’s most vocal Stage IV Trump Derangement Syndrome-riddled critics of the president. According to The Hill, the NBC sitcom, which ran from 1998 to 2006 before being revived again in 2017 until this year, was considered groundbreaking for featuring a gay lead character. Not being a fan of sitcoms — or much of anything on TV for that matter — I had no idea. Then again, I couldn’t have cared less.
In a since-deleted tweet at Trump last week, in which Messing called the president a bunch of stupid names, she also told Trump “I hope you live a long life in prison,” where…
“@realDonaldTrump you are a weak, scared, stupid, inept, negligent, vindictive, narcissistic, criminal. I hope you live a long life in prison where you become the most popular boyfriend to … all inmates.”
Hmm. Homophobic? Stereotyping?
Needless to say, Messing’s venomous shot at Trump did not sit well with the LGBTQ community and most of Messing’s equally-loony Hollywood pals, but as the backlash grew, as reported by the Daily Wire, Messing on Monday doubled down on her call for Trump to be raped in prison, by, yeah — suggesting that she still wants Trump to be raped in prison.
So after receiving tons of deserved crap on Twitter and elsewhere, Messing doubled down:
“Let me be clear: I said nothing about LGBTQI/queer LOVE. Rape is an act of violence. Trump has perpetrated violence on hundreds of millions of people. My hope is (and this is the first time in my life) that the tables are turned and he is the victim of perpetrators.”
Messing later deleted the tweet, but the Internet lives forever.
blocked, but the List comes for all, @debramessing.
— Siraj Hashmi, BS (bachelor of 69) (@SirajAHashmi) December 14, 2020
As the firestorm continued, a fellow by the name of Chad Felix Greene came along to put Messing’s tweet and subsequent “clarification” into proper perspective.
“I’m a gay man who was infected with HIV from rape. If your mind and soul are this small, hateful and petty, you have no place to pretend you are a good person.
That was said about as well as it could be said.
I’m a gay man who was infected with HIV from rape.
If your mind and soul are this small, hateful and petty, you have no place to pretend you are a good person.
Exploiting this trauma to perpetuate your insane, irrational hallucinations and profound ignorance is offensive. https://t.co/sM8tRK9o0Z
— Chad Felix Greene (@chadfelixg) December 14, 2020
Someone else who thought Chad’s comments were not only well said was Megyn Kelly, who also thought Debra Messing should see how well they were said, so…
“Debra Messing… paging Debra Messing… paging Debra Messing… Debra Messing?” [Cue: hypocritical crickets]
— Megyn Kelly (@megynkelly) December 14, 2020
[Megyn drops mic, walks off stage, Messing crawls back into her silly little hypocritical Hollywood hole.]
Would a steel cage match between Megyn Kelly and Debra Messing be pay-per-view-quality entertainment, or what? Although Messing might not even come out of the locker room, so I’d be out a hundred bucks — never mind.
— Conservative News (@BIZPACReview) December 15, 2020
As the heat intensified, Messing finally did what
all many a few a scant few liberals do when he heat gets too hot — she “apologized,” in a “yeah, but” sorta way on Monday night.
“I’d like to say I have been an LGBTQIA ally for decades, and I was in no way referencing LGBTQI/queer love/sexuality. It is not my proudest moment, but 45 has victimized 100s of millions of ppl; I had wished the tables turned on him. I apologize for the offensive way I did it.”
I’d like to say I have been an LGBTQIA ally for decades, and I was in no way referencing LGBTQI/queer love/sexuality. It is not my proudest moment, but 45 has victimized 100s of millions of ppl; I had wished the tables turned on him. I apologize for the offensive way I did it. https://t.co/Q6SLIo9DWc
— Debra Messing✍🏻 (@DebraMessing) December 14, 2020
Coupla questions, Deb. Despite your irrational and obsessive loathing of all things Donald Trump, why did you first double down — before finally “apologizing” for the “offensive way” you enraged the LGBTQ crowd with whom you apparently are tight? I mean, you were in a television show which championed the community, right? Very confusing, Deb.
As this Twitter user observed, liberals gonna liberal.
Accuse the other side of what you actually do. Its part of their playbook.
— Kendall Morris (@ksmorris23) December 15, 2020
Saul Alinsky would be proud.